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Why is there a rise in commodity prizes?

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The reason there has been a rise in commodity prizes is that manufacturers realise that their products basically suck, and so they have to try to bump up sales by offering useless rubbish that no-one will ever need as a prize for buying their suckful products.

Oh - sorry, did you mean "prices?" - Well, beats me, I guess they're just greedy old sods that want your money :)
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